Dr. Ron Harper
Professor William Lovegrove
Professor William Lovegrove is an innovative and internationally renowned researcher and a highly respected member of the Australian Higher Education sector. He was Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) from 2003 – 2011. During that time Professor Lovegrove strengthened the University’s reputation as an international leader in e-learning and distance education. During his tenure, Professor Lovegrove also developed a strong corporate direction, increased alliances with communities and industry and developed a more innovative approach to research and teaching. Prior to his appointment at USQ, Professor Lovegrove was Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research, Internationalisation and Commercialisation) at Griffith University.
He has also held senior positions at the University of Wollongong after commencing his academic career at the University of Tasmania. Professor Lovegrove’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts, First Class Honours and Doctorate in Psychology through the University of Queensland and completion of an Advanced Executive Program from the Kellogg School of Business at NorthWestern University in the United States. Throughout his career Professor Lovegrove has developed a high-level international research profile in the areas of visual information processing and dyslexia.
For further information about the Center for Skills and Knowledge Exchange please contact one of the academics by writing to [email protected] Professor William Lovegrove